Las Vegas is all about glamour and style, so what better way to embrace that theme than to fly into the city in a premium cabin? Las Vegas McCarran Airport may be in the middle of the desert, but it has flights coming in from cities all over the world. Whether you’re flying into Las Vegas from a city in the U.S., Asia or Europe, you can enjoy an awesome first class product while getting there. Here are the best ways to get to Las Vegas from cities around the world:
British Airways’ first class product may not be the most impressive when compared to what other airlines are rolling out these days. However, it still offers a few unique features. For starters, the cabin is incredibly chic – even if it does look like business class. The electronic blinds and English tea service remain crowd-pleasers. You’ll definitely have a pleasant experience flying British Airways first class directly to Las Vegas, even if it is somewhat overpriced.
Flying in from Beijing? Hainan Airlines is a great choice, thanks to a direct flight to Las Vegas on their 787-9 Dreamliner. The business class product has been upgraded on this route, with gorgeous reverse herringbone flatbed seats.
Business class passengers also get free wifi and access to an onboard Nespresso bar. No reason to hang out at Starbucks on a Saturday, because Hainan Airlines has you covered on both ends! Not to mention you’ll have a great menu of delicious food to keep you fed and happy on the long journey to Las Vegas
I don’t think there’s a better premium cabin option for domestic flights than JetBlue Mint. Mint passengers get beautiful flatbed seats with massage function, free wifi, amenity kit, and delicious food catered by a rotating list of high-end restaurants and bakeries. Unlike most other legacy carriers, JetBlue has really put thought into the first class experience, partnering with popular restaurants like Saxon + Parole and Milk Bar Bakery to make the in-flight dining experience special. If you’re thinking of traveling to Las Vegas in style, JetBlue offers their Mint product on direct flights from New York (JFK) and Boston (BOS).
Another great premium cabin option (for direct flights to Las Vegas from Hawaii) is Hawaiian Airlines. Hawaiian has done away with their recliner style first class seats in favor of sleek new flatbeds. By all accounts, the food is delicious and on par with what you’ll get on an international flight. Hawaiian Airlines first class looks amazing, so if you’re traveling from Honolulu to Las Vegas, you’ll definitely want to try and work this in.
Regardless of whether you’re traveling to Las Vegas from another U.S. city or abroad, you’ve got plenty of options for getting there in comfort and style. That being said, I’d love to hear from you all. What is your favorite way to travel to Las Vegas in business or first class? Please share in the comment section.